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The Healing Foods Project – it's change
By Jessica David / December 14, 2015
People who are poor aren’t armed with information they need to be healthier. We want to change that.

$2.7 million in grants awarded for health care
By Chris Barnett / December 1, 2015
By encouraging imaginative thinking around delivery and administration, we can ensure Rhode Islanders will continue to have access to the health care they need.

Third quarter grants benefit Rhode Islanders from Woonsocket to Westerly
By Jenny Pereira / November 18, 2015
Our grantmaking continued in the third quarter with more than $7 million awarded to organizations serving Rhode Islanders from Woonsocket to Westerly…and all our state’s cities and towns in-between.

Thank you for all that you do
By Neil Steinberg / October 2, 2015
I would like to thank all the nonprofits in Rhode Island for all that you do to serve the Rhode Island community.

Supporting Recovery leads to healthy lives
By / August 21, 2015
Reducing the stigma associated with substance-use disorders will improve access to supports for those in recovery, and that benefits everyone.

By Chris Barnett / July 31, 2015
RI Innovation Fellowship recipient Dr. Lynn Taylor is collaborating with Waterfire to offer free, confidential screenings for the deadly, silent disease.

Community greenhouse raises hope in Providence
By Jenny Pereira / July 28, 2015
Low-cost leases to the neighborhood farmers using the urban greenhouse will support agricultural business development and link locally grown food with neighborhood schools.

Staying healthy in a new homeland
By Connie Grosch / June 25, 2015
The Center for Southeast Asians was founded in 1987 “to promote the prosperity, heritage and leadership of Southeast Asians in Rhode Island.” We help them promote healthy lives through education, outreach, and enrollment in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

$250,000 awarded to improve health care
By Chris Barnett / June 5, 2015
Supporting the development of a comprehensive primary care system that promotes healthy lives is a core strategic initiative for us. These grants will further our ongoing efforts to make quality health care more accessible and affordable across the state.

Tapping nursing’s potential to meet growing demand for primary care costs
By / April 28, 2015
Can nurse practitioners be the key to reducing and/or controlling healthcare costs, while improving access to primary care?

Featured Post

  • Making science come alive Posted last month
    Thanks to our Carter Spark Grant, Narragansett Elementary School students just learned a lot about life around Narragansett Bay. Special education teacher Karen Festa used the grant to bring Save the Bay’s living “Bay Classroom Experience” to school.
  • Roger Williams' ideals come to life in scholarship recipients Posted last month
    The Rhode Island Foundation is sending seven high school seniors off to college with scholarships honoring Roger Williams, the state’s founding father.The four-year, renewable scholarships are through the Carter Roger Williams Initiative, which was launched last year by philanthropists Letitia and the late John Carter.
  • Carter fellowships inspire innovation Posted 2 months ago
    The recipients will receive $200,000 over four years to test and implement their proposals to dramatically improve life in Rhode Island thanks to the generosity of philanthropists Letitia and the late John Carter.
  • Grants will improve health of RI'ers Posted 3 months ago
    Our RIGHA Foundation Fund awards more than $280,000 in grants to promote primary health care.
  • Introducing moves to fuel growth and expansion Posted 4 months ago
    We are launching a new grantmaking opportunity, refining our strategic priorities, adopting impact targets and adding new staff positions to support work with partners, donors, nonprofits and community leaders.
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